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The Angle

1966

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The Rent, Ray Pavelsky Jan 1966

The Rent, Ray Pavelsky

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"they had screamed their throats into the chalk of ash-gray violence, their eyes into deserts dry with click of salt-mad teeth. a stink in the room of total chaos. in midword he had grasped his eyes apart, gripping his statued self, fossiled with the pain that it was she, this well of craze before him, whom he had touched once, and by whom, he."


The Canal..., William Frankenberger C.S.B. Jan 1966

The Canal..., William Frankenberger C.S.B.

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The Prince And Time, James R. Hall Jr. Jan 1966

The Prince And Time, James R. Hall Jr.

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"Long after long-ago but shortly before one-upon-a-time, there was a prince."


The Murder, James R. Hall Jr. Jan 1966

The Murder, James R. Hall Jr.

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Front Street, Frank Delly Jan 1966

Front Street, Frank Delly

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Phoenix, Ray Pavelsky Jan 1966

Phoenix, Ray Pavelsky

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"It was darker than any night he had know as a child, lying in bed toward an unseen ceiling, first opening then closing his eyes to see if there was any light in the late room squeezed dry by the dike-door..."


Full Issue, No Author Jan 1966

Full Issue, No Author

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Preliminary Pages, No Author Jan 1966

Preliminary Pages, No Author

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Chewings Of A Bubblegum Mind, Rick Taddeo Jan 1966

Chewings Of A Bubblegum Mind, Rick Taddeo

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To A Doughnut, Allan Mcmillan C.S.B. Jan 1966

To A Doughnut, Allan Mcmillan C.S.B.

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Warning Of The Tendency Of Alcohol To Cripple..., Clarence A. Amann Jan 1966

Warning Of The Tendency Of Alcohol To Cripple..., Clarence A. Amann

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Quietly..., Michael Goodwin C.S.B. Jan 1966

Quietly..., Michael Goodwin C.S.B.

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Old Men Sit On Buses..., Michael Goodwin C.S.B. Jan 1966

Old Men Sit On Buses..., Michael Goodwin C.S.B.

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Winter Nostalgia, Joseph G. Genduso Jan 1966

Winter Nostalgia, Joseph G. Genduso

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A "J. A." Type Lesson, John F. Robbins C.S.B. Jan 1966

A "J. A." Type Lesson, John F. Robbins C.S.B.

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When Winter Seizes, Phil Parisi Jan 1966

When Winter Seizes, Phil Parisi

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Jody, Michael Goodwin C.S.B. Jan 1966

Jody, Michael Goodwin C.S.B.

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"I have come home to the bed of my boyhood slightly drunk and weaving with dreams unstrung. Poppa is dead, and Jody, my little brother, sleeps beside me; his hands fragile as glass, his heart a silver bird."


Musings Of An Ancient Pedagogue, Clarence A. Amann Jan 1966

Musings Of An Ancient Pedagogue, Clarence A. Amann

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Godiva, Gerald Koepsell Jan 1966

Godiva, Gerald Koepsell

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"You're really going out like that?" I said.

"Why not?" She said.

"You could catch cold like that."


Valentown, A Ghosttown Hall, Leo A. Hetzler C.S.B. Jan 1966

Valentown, A Ghosttown Hall, Leo A. Hetzler C.S.B.

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Two For You, Rick Taddeo Jan 1966

Two For You, Rick Taddeo

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The Night..., Dave Fisher Jan 1966

The Night..., Dave Fisher

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A. Paul Sigurd's Decision, James R. Hall Jr. Jan 1966

A. Paul Sigurd's Decision, James R. Hall Jr.

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"Well, son, I don't think anyone really knew how he got it. Some said it was always his and that he was always there. Yet others said that he inherited it from his father. And many be1ieved that it was given to him by an impulsive woman - the Hester Prynne type - who, being in dire straits, had to get rid of it. A few even said that he built it himself when lie was a young man. Me? I never cared how he got it; the fact ...


A Reality, Bernard J. Kilonsky Jan 1966

A Reality, Bernard J. Kilonsky

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Spring Vision, Angelo Abbondanzieri Jan 1966

Spring Vision, Angelo Abbondanzieri

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The Provocative Beat Of..., Dave Fisher Jan 1966

The Provocative Beat Of..., Dave Fisher

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Initiation Of A Rookie, Thomas P. Proietti Jan 1966

Initiation Of A Rookie, Thomas P. Proietti

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The Employment Agency, John Morreall Jan 1966

The Employment Agency, John Morreall

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A Moment For Me, Chuck Werger Jan 1966

A Moment For Me, Chuck Werger

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"Miles away or yesterday mean nothing to a moment. It's here with the speed of light at this meditative time. I can call it when I will, which is not often, since a moment, though it is for always, has no place always. But now is a good time. It is a moment which grew so quickly where the land slopes into the water which I now summon."


The Hang.Over, John F. Robbins C.S.B. Jan 1966

The Hang.Over, John F. Robbins C.S.B.

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